Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Oh, snapski!

WaPo:

Cheney, in a May speech in the ex-Soviet republic of Lithuania, accused Russia of cracking down on religious and political rights and of using its energy reserves as "tools of intimidation or blackmail."

Asked about Cheney's remarks, Putin said, "I think the statements of your vice president of this sort are the same as an unsuccessful hunting shot."

3 comments:

Grant Miller said...

Damn. Quick witted.

dad said...

Russian's are masters at reversal humor.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Really? If I ever go there I'd better figure out how to say "Oh no you didn't!" in Russian.